Giants sign new goalie

The Langley-based team has brought in a winning young goaltender.

Delta goalie Braedy Euerby has been signed by the Langley-based Vancouver Giants.

Originally selected by the Giants in the fifth round of the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft, the 6’0”, 170 pound goaltender just finished a strong season for the Delta Hockey Academy Elite 15s.

Euerby went 12-4 with two shutouts, and a league-best .939 save percentage anda 1.89 goals-against average.

“When we drafted Braedy last year, we knew we were drafting an athletic, hard-working goaltender with a tremendous upside,” said Giants general manager Glen Hanlon. “You can never have enough quality goaltenders in your organization and Braedy is a proven winner who will compete hard for playing time in the seasons to come.”

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